Author: Gerald W. Stutsman
Description: Inscirbed by the author with his business card laid-in. Softcover. Spine a bit faded, else near fine. 81 pages.
A short work, demonstrating the possibility of transcending one's past experiences through the application of the principles of creative thought. The author, Gerald W. Stutsman (1911-1994), a longtime attorney in Fresno, developed an interest in metaphysics and New Thought during the Great Depression after reading a book by Robert Collier. In additional to sharing his conclusions and beliefs based on his metaphysical studies, he also provides a testimonial as to how he was able to use this knowledge in obtaining a law degree from the University of California in the face of economic impediments and without having the requisite pre-legal college training.
I Who are you?
II. How to be a better you physically.
III. How to be a better you mentally.
IV. How to be a better you spiritually.
V. You in relation to the universe.
VI. The power of creative thoughts.
VII. How you can remake your world.
VIII. A testimonial.
IX. There are many paths to the top of the mountain.
X. The most important thing in life.
Binding: Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good+
Publisher: DeVorss and Company
Place: Marina del Rey, California
Keywords: New Thought, psychology of abundance, personal development, positive thinking,
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